Dr Jenna-Marie Lundy

  • Research Associate (MRC/CSO Social & Public Health Sciences Unit)
  • Research Associate (Mental Health & Wellbeing)

Biography

Dr Lundy is a Research Associate for the Suicidal Behaviour Research Laboratory (SBRL) at the Institute of Health and Wellbeing, University of Glasgow.  

Academic Qualifications
PhD Research Institute of Health and Wellbeing 
The relationship between empathy and Self-Management Support in general practice consultations in areas of high and low socioeconomic deprivation 
University of Glasgow (2013)

BSc (hons) Psychology
Adolescent Attitudes to Alcohol, Smoking and Drugs
Glasgow Caledonian University (2008)

Organisational Membership
Graduate member of the British Psychology Society (MBPsS)
(2008-2014)


Research interests

Dr Lundy has worked for the Institute of Health and Wellbeing on a number of research projects since 2007.

Initially Dr Lundy was based in General Practice and Primary care on a programme of research on consultation quality and outcomes in areas of high deprivation, which formed the basis of her doctorate on empathic communication and self-management support.  During this time, Dr Lundy worked part time for the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit on a range of research programmes namely Ffit, SPACES and GoWell.

Following a move to Mental Health and Wellbeing, Dr Lundy worked on the Wellbeing and Resilience:  Mechanisms of transmission of health and risk in parents with complex mental health problems and their offspring (WARM Study) in collaboration with the University of Copenhagen.


Publications

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2019

O'Connor, R. C. et al. (2019) SAFETEL randomised controlled feasibility trial of a safety planning intervention with follow-up telephone contact to reduce suicidal behaviour: Study protocol. BMJ Open, 9, e025591. (doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-025591)

2018

Mercer, S. and Lundy, J.-M. (2018) Comorbidity, multimorbidity, and the challenge of equity. In: Catalano, M., Pecsvarady, Z., Olinic, D., Wautrecht, J.-C., Gerotziafas, G., Amann-Vesti, B., Karetova, D., Fagrell, B., Diehm, C., Kozak, M. and Edmonds, M. (eds.) European Book on Vascular Medicine/Angiology. VAS: Milan, Italy.

2015

Harder, S. et al. (2015) Wellbeing and resilience: mechanisms of transmission of health and risk in parents with complex mental health problems and their offspring—The WARM Study. BMC Psychiatry, 15, 310. (doi:10.1186/s12888-015-0692-6) (PMID:26654720) (PMCID:PMC4674908)

Davidsen, K. A., Harder, S., MacBeth, A., Lundy, J.-M. and Gumley, A. (2015) Mother–infant interaction in schizophrenia: transmitting risk or resilience? A systematic review of the literature. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 50(12), pp. 1785-1798. (doi:10.1007/s00127-015-1127-x) (PMID:26454698)

Zhou, Y., Lundy, J.-M. , Humphris, G. and Mercer, S. W. (2015) Do multimorbidity and deprivation influence patients' emotional expressions and doctors' responses in primary care consultations? – An exploratory study using multilevel analysis. Patient Education and Counseling, 98(9), pp. 1063-1070. (doi:10.1016/j.pec.2015.05.026) (PMID:26111501)

Lundy, J.-M. , Bikker, A., Higgins, M., Watt, G. C., Little, P., Humphries, G. M. and Mercer, S. W. (2015) General practitioners' patient-centredness and responses to patients' emotional cues and concerns: relationships with perceived empathy in areas of high and low socioeconomic deprivation. Journal of Compassionate Health Care, 2, 2. (doi:10.1186/s40639-015-0011-6)

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Articles

O'Connor, R. C. et al. (2019) SAFETEL randomised controlled feasibility trial of a safety planning intervention with follow-up telephone contact to reduce suicidal behaviour: Study protocol. BMJ Open, 9, e025591. (doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-025591)

Harder, S. et al. (2015) Wellbeing and resilience: mechanisms of transmission of health and risk in parents with complex mental health problems and their offspring—The WARM Study. BMC Psychiatry, 15, 310. (doi:10.1186/s12888-015-0692-6) (PMID:26654720) (PMCID:PMC4674908)

Davidsen, K. A., Harder, S., MacBeth, A., Lundy, J.-M. and Gumley, A. (2015) Mother–infant interaction in schizophrenia: transmitting risk or resilience? A systematic review of the literature. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 50(12), pp. 1785-1798. (doi:10.1007/s00127-015-1127-x) (PMID:26454698)

Zhou, Y., Lundy, J.-M. , Humphris, G. and Mercer, S. W. (2015) Do multimorbidity and deprivation influence patients' emotional expressions and doctors' responses in primary care consultations? – An exploratory study using multilevel analysis. Patient Education and Counseling, 98(9), pp. 1063-1070. (doi:10.1016/j.pec.2015.05.026) (PMID:26111501)

Lundy, J.-M. , Bikker, A., Higgins, M., Watt, G. C., Little, P., Humphries, G. M. and Mercer, S. W. (2015) General practitioners' patient-centredness and responses to patients' emotional cues and concerns: relationships with perceived empathy in areas of high and low socioeconomic deprivation. Journal of Compassionate Health Care, 2, 2. (doi:10.1186/s40639-015-0011-6)

Book Sections

Mercer, S. and Lundy, J.-M. (2018) Comorbidity, multimorbidity, and the challenge of equity. In: Catalano, M., Pecsvarady, Z., Olinic, D., Wautrecht, J.-C., Gerotziafas, G., Amann-Vesti, B., Karetova, D., Fagrell, B., Diehm, C., Kozak, M. and Edmonds, M. (eds.) European Book on Vascular Medicine/Angiology. VAS: Milan, Italy.

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